We raise the animals. You purchase the whole or half portion. We help you walk through your choice of cuts for your meat.
Sensory overload, while part of daily life, can be harmful to your overall health. Lemon balm relaxes, cools jangled, frayed nerves. Verbena aids digestion. Hibiscus, full of anti-oxidants and vitamin C add color and immune boosting properties. Each pouch makes at least 25 cups of tea.
Stallard Road Farm grows and harvests many different herbs, like the ones used in this tea. At just the right time, the harvest is brought in: sold fresh to area herbalists for their own uses, or dried and crafted into cooking a tea blends, salves, oils and other herbal goodies.
If you're interested in a little piece of history...
STALLARD ROAD is named for a remnant of the pre-colonial road that runs through it. It ran to settlements that have grown up into Warrenton, Culpeper, Little Washington and Sperryville. The road was still marked on area maps as late as 1958. The Stallard family traveled with Daniel Boone on his adventures and settled in Tennessee or SW Virginia. There is still a Stallard Family Reunion every year.
As the most recent owners of this land, John and Katherine Adams remark: "We feel strongly that we are stewards: of it's history, its' health. In embracing Stallard Road as the name of our farm we hope to reflect that care and continue living out that heritage."
Lemon balm, lemon verbena, hibiscus flower